Quarrington Place, Watlington

£549,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Located at the end of a cul de sac, with open field views to the rear, is a modern four bedroom family home.

Only a stone's throw from the village centre but set back from the main road, this property is the only one of its kind built in this small development in 2008. The current owner has converted the loft into additional space and moved the kitchen to what was the garage to create a lovely open plan kitchen/dining space.

To the front of the property is off street parking in front of the garage with side access next to it into the garden. Once inside is an entrance hallway with engineered oak flooring running the full length of the house. To the right at the front is now bedroom 4/study space which was formally the kitchen. Also in the hallway are several large storage cupboards and the modern downstairs cloakroom coloured in neutral grey tones. To the rear of the property is the reconfigured large lounge. The lounge now incorporates the conservatory space with vaulted & tiled roof space with the dividing wall also removed. This provides a large open space to enjoy the views and garden beyond with several windows and double doors. Next to the lounge at the rear is the converted garage which is now a stylish kitchen/diner with granite worktops and built in appliances. The oven and hob area has been designed to give the impression of being built into a chimney breast which is a nice touch.

Upstairs on the first floor are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom is positioned at the rear to gain full advantage of the field views behind. This bedroom also benefits from a built in wardrobe and en-suite too.

On the top floor is the converted loft space which is currently used as an additional bedroom.*

Externally the rear garden offers a patio area and good sized lawn with hedging and fencing. The field views behind are a special feature and the property boasts one of the largest gardens on the development.

The town of Watlington is believed to date back to the 6th century and plays a key role with its excellent links to the M40, Oxford and transport links. The town centre provides several facilities including butchers, cafes, shops, restaurants and pubs. There is also a well regarded primary school, day nursery and pre-school.

*Buyers should be aware that the loft room does not currently have building regulations approval however the vendor is looking into retrospective permissions.

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Thomas Merrifield - Wallingford

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